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Between 1906 and 1908, C.G.E. Mannerheim, in service of the Imperial Russian Army, disguised himself as an ethnographic scientist and travelled from central Asia to Beijing to gather military intelligence for Russia. He also did, in fact, collect ethnographic material of China, including this photo of the effect of British opium smuggling.
And to this day the Chinese in mainland China over reacts to anything even resembling narcotics. Opium is still hated over there even though very few people actually use it.
Is this the 5:00 free crack give-away??
Dark pain adapts depth of despair in dungeons of safety mind if eye smoke
British fought a war with the Chinese to force them to import opium in the 1800s. Basically at one point England was the largest smack dealer in the world.
I’ve read that opium can slow your breathing & possibly die you
Good old British capitalism, yes you will buy our opium ,or we invade